Speech Next Week Could Clarify Trump's Immigration PolicyDonald Trump announced he'll be making a speech on illegal immigration on Wednesday in Arizona following a week of speculation that he might be softening his hard-line promise to deport 11 million people living in the United States illegally.
New Clinton Effort Tries To Tap The Power Of 'Dreamers'Hillary Clinton's campaign is launching a new effort to tap into the political power of young, undocumented immigrants hoping to capitalize on Donald Trump's promises of deporting them a top priority of his presidency.
Cuban Migrants Arrive Near Boca Raton, Two MissingA group of Cuban migrants arrived near Boca Raton Wednesday morning.
Authorities Launch Investigation Into How Cuban Migrants Reached Sands KeyDozens of migrants came ashore onto Sands Key at around noon Tuesday, prompting an investigation from federal authorities.
Lawyers: US Places Hurdles In Front Of Asylum SeekersThe U.S. government places hurdles in front of people who try to file asylum applications, according to lawyers representing four asylum seekers.
Judge: Cuban Migrants Found On Keys' Lighthouse Cannot Stay In U.S.A federal judge in Miami sided with the government in a ruling on whether 24 Cuban migrants should stay in the United States after they were found on the American Shoal Lighthouse about five miles off Sugarloaf Key last month.
In His Words: Donald Trump's Evolving Muslim Ban Donald Trump appears to be reversing his stance on banning foreign Muslims from entering the country.
Supreme Court Blocks President Obama's Immigration PlanPresident Barack Obama's immigration plan that sought to shield millions living in the U.S. illegally from deportation has been blocked by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Future Unknown For Refugee Children At Temporary South Florida ShelterIt’s a new day in South Florida for hundreds of refugee children, but their future remains unknown.
Feds Won't Send Cubans Back Until Legal Decision Is MadeAttorneys fighting on behalf of Cuban migrants found on a Florida Keys lighthouse, say the government has promised not to send them back to the island nation until legal proceedings are complete.
Lawsuit: Cubans Who Scaled Keys Lighthouse Should Stay In U.S.The group of migrants who fled Cuba in a homemade boat and climbed onto a 136-year-old lighthouse off the Florida Keys should be allowed to stay in the U.S., according to a federal lawsuit filed on their behalf.
Debate Over Cubans' Arrival Heads To Federal CourtLawyers for a group of Cubans currently in U.S. Coast Guard custody filed a motion in federal court to allow all of them to stay in the United States.

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